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Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by Kev74, Mar 10, 2016.

  1. Kev74

    Kev74 Peer Supporter

    This might be a silly question, but does it matter if I keep a journal on my computer or is it more therapeutic to actually wright things down? I would think it wouldn't matter, but maybe the mind comprehends things differently?
  2. Andy Bayliss

    Andy Bayliss TMS Coach & Beloved Grand Eagle

    Others have said that the hand writing helps pull in more of our body. For me, I'm not sure. I wouldn't worry too much. Just start and use a way that feels safe, private, convenient.
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  3. Gigi

    Gigi Well known member

    Hi Kev.
    The journaling aspect was difficult for me as I worked the SEP. I kept a paper one. For me, the tactile effort of writing longhand helped reinforce what I was writing. And I have to admit that I've looked back several times and have been grateful that I have the journal, both as a reference, and as a testament to how far I've come.
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  4. lexylucy

    lexylucy Well known member

    I love journaling: both in beautiful books and on the computer when I feel like it. I would say - the one advantage of writing on the computer as that it's way easier to read later. I can't make out a word of some of my journaling from the past! :)


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